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Just curious what tools you have in your network toolkit? I've heard or used snort, TCPDump, NMap, but would love other suggestions
I ran Nmap 4.0 and GFI LANguard GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner (N.S.S.) on a Windows 2003 server and noticed that the FTP Port 21 is open but tcpwrapped. How do I check further if Port 21 is indeed open? I've checked the IIS6.0 and the Windows Add/ Remove program section there's not FTP...
the company that hosts my website has subseven running on the site they do not believe me they want a tasklist or something showing an exe is running how can i get them this